Wu Tang Clan's GZA To Lecture At Harvard University
Wu-Tang Clan star GZA can soon add lecturer to his resume - he will teach students at Harvard University next month.
The hip-hop star will hold a discussion for the facility's Black Men's Forum on December 1st, detailing his lengthy career since forming the band and how he writes his song lyrics.
Following his talk, students at Harvard will then have a question-and-answer session with the rapper, reports RollingStone.com.
GZA, real name Gary Grice, will also visit other American academic institutions following the lecture, including the Broad Institute in Boston and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
He is reportedly hoping the visits will give him inspiration for his new solo album, due in 2012.
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